Unless people are educated to become actively engaged in society for the common good, democracy will continue to deteriorate. Wisocracy is needed as the next step for democracy worldwide.
Challenge to Democracy
Authoritarian regimes around the world are growing and supporting hyperpolarization in democracies, weakening their capacity to solve society's problems.
Wisocracy is based on better education systems, respectful civic participation, good governance processes, and creative solution-seeking to society’s problems that address real human needs, and the needs of nature.
All people interested in helping democracy flourish, including teachers and students of government, politics, policy, civics, psychology, sociology, and the environment, community organizers, researchers, writers, and the public interested in creating a much better world.
Wisocracy can be learned and practiced in monthly meetings,
1.5-hour overviews, one-day programs, and weekend experiences.